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Other games you should try:DC Universe Online - action-based MMO. Free to play. Surprisingly well-designed combat and classes.
Planetside 2 - Free to play MMO-meets-FPS and the first shooter I've liked in ages.Simunomics - Free-to-play economy simulation game.
I wonder what blue haters will do now that the blue lovers aren't complaining anymore.probably they'll complain about imaginary statements that no one actually made.
I don't really understand why Jund has fallen so much in popularity. Do Wall of Omens, Gideon Jura, and Deprive really bump the U/W control decks to the point that they just beat Jund, or is just that people want to play decks that try out some of the new ROE cards?
Take the Magic: The Gathering 'What Color Are You?' Quiz.
56859838 wrote:Well obviously goblins breed at a rate of millions of times per year, thus in a few years they had evolved into a new species... you know or....
63344365 wrote:Your asking for proof that the ocean is wet, while your standing on the beach.
56733088 wrote:Are these rankings all anonymus?
Can I go rank everybody I think is mafia with 1 star?
Even before ROE, I was of the opinion that UWR control was the strongest deck. It's just that I didn't have the $400 to put it together. :P (and with New Jace, add $150-$200 more.) Same thing for Mythic, as the name suggests. Jund is a cheap deck to build (minus malestrom pulse) and it plays several of the BEST CARDS in standard. Heck, the only amazing card it doesn't play is Baneslayer Angel. But yeah, I've always hated Jund with a passion so I'm very glad to see UW decks have their turn. I think with anything, once people see a deck win a tournament, everyone starts to play it.
Why do people keep on referring to UW control as BLUE control decks, when these are really WHITE control decks. The only blue cards that are consistently played are Spreading Seas and Jace. If Jund didn't see much play, I doubt Spreading Seas would either. When other colors are added, it's the extra blue cards that go out first.